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Glasgow City go up against Hibernian this Sunday in the Scottish Cup Final, with City hoping for victory to claim their fourth successive domestic treble.
It has been a two horse race for the whole of the season between the nation's two best sides, with City proving victorious over Hibernian in the League Cup Final and finishing the campaign as League Champions with the Edinburgh outfit taking the runners-up spot.
With four hugely entertaining games between the two teams already this season, the showpiece Cup Final is shaping up to be the most eagerly awaited final in years.
Commenting on the task awaiting his team, Glasgow City Head Coach, Scott Booth said: "The whole club is really looking forward to meeting Hibs in the final. They've had an excellent League campaign and will be hoping that they can add a trophy to their cabinet on the last day of the season. It shows how tight all competitions are becoming. All of the meetings this season have been close run things but brilliant for a neutral spectator. Especially the two 3-3 draws.
"For ourselves, we must remain focused and see out the campaign on a high. Only a win and a treble will satisfy everyone involved with Glasgow City. A fourth straight treble would be an unbelievable achievement especially when it's coupled with nine back to back league titles."
Meanwhile, Hibs defender Siobhan Hunter told www.scottishfa.co.uk: "Everyone is buzzing to go. We've had a good end to the season and it's been a great campaign over all from us. It would be fantastic to end the season with a win over a really good Glasgow City side and winning a cup we've all been waiting on for years.
"We know, and City know, that we've taken them all the way this season. I'm sure they appreciate our challenge throughout the year and it's really good to have another team go close. To take them right to the end is a good thing for other clubs in the league to see and also for us as a team.
"To have this final, and maybe win it, gives us the confidence to start next season on a high. It's all to win for both teams."
Glasgow City versus Hibernian is this Sunday at Ainslie Park, Spartans FC, Edinburgh. Kick off is 2pm and spectators can pay at the gate - £5 adult and £2 concessions. The match is also live on BBC Alba.
Fans at the game can meet members of the Scotland Women's National Team and there is also Face Painting and Live Music.
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